Develop executive management and leadership skills by participation in conferences, networking and learning forums, including the annual Institute on Management and Leadership and Roundtable conferences, which are often held with strategic partners. Costs related to two professional development opportunities are included in dues for the state chief administrator (or a proxy) annually, including:
- Travel reimbursement*, hotel accommodations, and registration for the state chief administrator to attend the Institute on Management and Leadership.
- Travel reimbursement, hotel accommodations, and registration for the state chief administrator to attend one Spring Conference.
Stay connected with fellow state chief administrators and state leaders through the NASCA state member online community (coming in November).
Contribute to and access tools such as an online resource library, NASCA whitepapers and academic case studies, newsletters and more.
Stay informed on trends and best practices that contribute to an effective state government. Members may participate in all-state calls, topical webinars and surveys, as well as connect with peers on questions and to share state practices.
Eligibility to serve and lead on NASCA’s committees and workgroups
Access member directory of state information, including an interactive map with peer chief administrator’s areas of responsibility, contact information, photo and bio.